Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011
Programming teams place 1-2 at regional contest
Baldwin City, Kan. — Two teams of Baker University students placed first and second at the North Central North American Regional site on Saturday, Nov. 12, in Emporia, part of the 36th annual Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest.
Daniel Davis, De Soto, Brant Elliott, Baldwin City, and Josh Paquette, Lawrence, placed first. Eric Loux, Lawrence, Marshall Sumwalt, Mequon, Wis., and Dustin Turner, Overbrook, finished second. Both teams solved three problems, becoming the highest finishers from Baker’s computer science program in the history of the event.
Teams of three students were required to apply their programming skills and maintain their mental endurance to solve complex, real-world problems under a five-hour deadline. IBM sponsored the event.
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